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Jeffrey Blount writes a touching story about death, grief, and recovery. Heidi Foster, a teenage girl, loses her father in a tragic accident and almost loses her mother to depression. Through anger and misunderstanding, she almost loses her best friend, too. Going through old family memories and talking through the pain brings Heidi, her mother, and her best friend closure. --Rachel Mitnick
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review by . April 19, 2013
   Forgiveness is rarely easy, and anger can feel like the only thing that’s real when the world falls apart. At least, that’s how it seems to Heidi’s friend Mae who tells her story in Jeffrey Blount’s Hating Heidi Foster. Fourteen-year-old Mae has just lost her father, and it’s all Heidi’s fault. Somehow in the course of being Mae’s best friend Heidi must have made Mae’s father love her more than Mae. That has to be it, because Mae's …
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